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Hmmm this might be difficult to do since you might not have photoshop anymore. have you checked the recycling bin? maybe it was erased or deleted.in that case you can always recover files by going to recycling bin and on the top right corner theres an option to recover. if this is not the problem you can try a system recovery wich will put your computer back to a certain date in time. all you have to do is just go to control panel and look for backup or restore. and follow the steps. click on a date where you remember your photoshop and memories were there and shazzam your computer will take 15 or 20 minutes to do this but it will recover to the date you picked. this is probably the best solution for this problem cause ive used this solution too. if all else fails try to look for a file name that you remember by searching your entire computer for it. on the start button or windows button theres usually a search option. click on it and search for a name that sounds familiar. glad i could help
Posted on May 24, 2011
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